Is it cheating if divorce has been filed?
The answer in the eyes of the law is yes. It is still adultery. Your husband or wife can use your adultery as the basis of a divorce petition as it is one of the five facts that can be used to prove that a marriage has broken down beyond repair.
Is there a statute of limitations on divorce decree?
Thus, a person generally has seven years to file a claim to enforce a divorce judgment or court order associated with such a judgment. Generally, the statute of limitations on monetary divorce judgments begins to run when the right to payment becomes vested, or became due.
Can you sue for alimony after divorce is final?
During the process of dissolving your marriage, the court may order you to pay alimony payments after the divorce is final. Once a divorce is final, however, a court will only alter or change an alimony decree if the circumstances of the parties change.
What happens if I violate my divorce decree?
If your ex-spouse violates any aspect of the final decree of divorce, you can file a motion for contempt of court. The motion must state what areas of the final decree have been violated and why the ex-spouse should be held in contempt of court. The burden of proof during a contempt hearing is on the injured party.